Upper Roaring Fork with Lost Forest Daily Admission

River

Roaring Fork River Class III (10 miles)

Difficulty

Intermediate ½ Day of rafting

Availability

June 22 to July

River

Roaring Fork River Class III (10 miles)

Availability

June 22 to July

Minimum Age

8

Adult Price

$158.55

Child Price

$150.05

Difficulty

Intermediate ½ Day of rafting

Meeting Location

Aspen / Snowmass

Pickup available in Aspen/Snowmass.

Meeting Time

9:00 am | 1:30 pm

Includes

Snack

Minimum Age

8

Adult Price

$158.55

Child Price

$150.05

Meeting Location

Aspen / Snowmass

Meeting Time

9:00 am | 1:30 pm

Includes

Snack

If you are looking to book within forty-eight hours of your trip time, please call our shop. We would be happy to book for you.

Looking for an enjoyable family activity that creates memories and allows you to enjoy the outdoor experience of Aspen, all at a discount? AWR’s package with the Lost Forest is the perfect new activity on Snowmass Mountain for you and your family to enjoy. Our price allows you a discounted rate on our Upper Roaring Fork trip *and* a one-time admission to the Lost Forest. This admission includes access to the Elk Camp Gondola and chairlift, rides on the Breathtaker Coaster which winds in and out of Elk Camp’s forest, climbing on the Ascent Climbing Wall, and an adventure on the Treeline Challenge Course, which takes you up into the pines of Elk Camp themselves., along with access to the the disc golf course (excluding Frisbee rentals). Our package allows savings on both the raft trip and the admission to the Lost Forest, giving you a discount on both activities and leaving you worry-free, knowing you’ll have two days planned of your Aspen adventure.

This offer cannot be combined with online discounted rates or pre-season sales.

(Lost Forest regular price $84.00)
(Upper Roaring Fork regular price $93.00)
(Upper Roaring Fork regular child price $83.00)


  • What’s Included

    The raft trip, shuttle, splash gear, wetsuit, snacks and lunch (when specified). Photos are not included but can be purchased online immediately after the trip!

    What to Wear Rafting

    We suggest wearing quick drying clothing such as non-cotton shorts and t-shirt or bathing suit. Be sure to bring waterproof sunscreen (you will be rafting at 9,000 feet where the sun is intense!), sunglasses with a retaining device, and comfortable walking shoes. We will provide you with neoprene booties, so your shoes will not be going in the river. Bring a towel and a change of clothes for the ride home.

    We provide splash gear on all of our trips, and wetsuits and helmets when appropriate.

    Whitewater River Scale

    CLASS I:
    Your bath tub.

    CLASS II:
    Mild. Predictable, smaller rapids. Great for younger families.

    CLASS III:
    Moderate. Larger, more irregular rapids. Wet passengers and energetic paddling to be expected. Most clients will take a Class III trip.

    CLASS IV:
    Wild. Long and unpredictable rapids, following in immediate succession.

    CLASS V:
    Extreme. This is the edge. Only experienced paddlers.

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